Audrey Anastasi

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detail History and Innocence, Oil on Canvas
detail Vigilance, Oil on Canvas
No Mercy, Oil on Canvas
Fire in New Town, Oil on Canvas
Armoir, Oil on Canvas
Audrey
Anastasi
Artist's Statement

I just love to paint. I cannot remember a time when I did not have a paintbrush or pencil in my hand.

My favorite subjects are the human face and form. For many years, my work focused mainly on women in contemporary settings, breaking the "third wall" with the individuals in the paintings scrutinizing the viewer on equal footing with the viewer scrutinizing the painting.

In 1990, I abandoned the facility of working with my right hand, in order to begin painting afresh with my non-dominant left hand. Accepting the challenge of this new struggle enabled me to reconnect with the physicality of the paint stroke, which had been heretofore subjugated to the rendering, and to redirect my attention on the soul of the subject matter.

www.AudreyAnastasi.com

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Public Collections and Archives:

Museum Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil.
Pfizer
Avon Corporation
National Museum of Women in the Arts Library, Washington, DC.
St. Vincent's Hospital Collection, NYC.
Museum of Modern Art, Photography Archives, for drawings in Sirius Studies by Thomas Roma, NYC.
The Brooklyn Museum Library, Brooklyn, NY.
The White House Curator's Archives, Washington, DC.
The Library of Congress, Washington, DC., Cindy Nemser, “Audrey Frank Anastasi”, catalog of paintings,
ISBN 0-9650442-0-3.

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